Barbara May Cameron Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Husband, Net Worth

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Barbara May Cameron

Last Updated: 22 May, 2023 | Views: 687

Age: 47

Profession: Social Worker

Other Profession(s): Writer, Poet, Photographer, Human Rights Activist

Famous For: Co-founded the Gay American Indians (GAI)

Higher Education: Institute of American Indian Arts

Barbara May Cameron Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
22 May, 1954 (47 Years 08 Months 21 Days)
Birth Country
United States
Birth State/Province
North Dakota
Birth District
Fort Yates
Birth Sign
Gemini
Nationalities
American
Died on
12 Feb, 2002
Cause of Death
Natural Causes

Barbara May Cameron Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (Profile/Biography):
Barbara May Cameron, a known social worker, was born on May 22, 1954, and died on February 12, 2002. She started her career as an American photographer. Along with this, she was also an accomplished poet and writer. One of the known human rights activists in the country is Barbara May Cameron. Her contribution to women's rights, gay women, and Native American rights is unforgettable.
Barbara May Cameron Education:
• Photography from the Institute of American Indian Arts 
• 1973: Attended the San Francisco Art Institute
Barbara May Cameron Career:
• In 1978: Barbara May Cameron contributed a chapter to a book of anthologies called Our Right to love: a lesbian resource book.
• From 1980 to 1985: As a member of the Lesbian Gay Freedom Day Parade, Cameron played an instrumental role.
• In 1983: Cameron contributed to the groundbreaking collection of North American Indian writings and art, “A Gathering of Spirit: A Collection of Writings and Art by North American Indian Women,” which was published.
• In 1986: Cameron went to Nicaragua together with a group of women who called themselves Somos Hermanas (We are sisters) in an effort to study, show solidarity with the women there, as well as help them to improve their living conditions.
• In 1988: During the Democratic National Convention, Barbara May Cameron was elected by Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition as a delegate to his platform.
Barbara May Cameron Legacy:
It is notable that Cameron was an advocate for Native Americans who were gay and lesbian.
Barbara May Cameron Unknown Facts:
The essay "No Apologies: A Lakota Lesbian Perspective", written by Cameron, was published in the New Our Right to Love: A Lesbian Resource Book: a collection of essays by lesbians (1996).

Barbara May Cameron Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 168 cm
In Meters 1.68 m
In feet & Inches 5'6"
Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 58 Kg
In Pounds 127 lbs
Eye Color
Black
Hair Color
Black

Barbara May Cameron Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
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Mother's Name
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Spouse
Linda Boyd
Brother(s)
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Sister(s)
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Son(s)
Rhys Boyd-Farrell
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